Frequently Asked Questions about The Revised Core Curriculum

Freshmen entering Auburn in Fall 2015 must follow the 2015-16 Bulletin.
Each college/school maintains that information with its advisors. If SLO 7: Students will demonstrate effective oral communication skills if is not met by COMM 1000, then it will be met by a REQUIRED course for each major.
All students who started College (wherever) before Fall 2011 are under the old core. They may opt into the new core during their first semester at AU.
Yes, there will be coding in DegreeWorks to indicate what general education student learning outcomes students have taken. See the DegreeWorks website for more infomration about the DegreeWorks advising tool and degree audit system.
If the AP credit is in European History, are judged to have taken a Core Curriculum course addressing the student learning outcomes for engaged citizenship and cultural diversity (SLO8 and SLO9).

If the AP credit is in American History, students are still responsible for covering the student learning outcomes for engaged citizenship and cultural diversity in their other social science coursework, although they are given credit for having completed a core history sequence.

Only students who have opted to follow the new Core Curriculum may do so and only if their major curriculum does not require a two-course sequence in literature.

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